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[texts]Finding voice: exploring possibilities of healing in conversations on an event of collective mass violence between self and other - an interaction between Indian and Pakistani youth on the 1947 partition: a dissertation - Chhabra, Meenakshi
Are there alternatives to using violence between groups that have a history of collective mass violence between them? This is the underlying concern motivating the study: This concern is guided by my personal experience as a third generation Indian, growing up on stories of the 1947 India-Pakistan partition. The 1947 Partition was an event of collective mass violence between Hindus and Muslims. The two countries have since been "enemies." Despite the death and displacement of millions across the...
Keywords: Pakistan -- Foreign relations -- India; India -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan
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